IN PHOTOS: The show must go on

Live theatre is back in business as certain parts of the world ease Covid-19 restrictions; here's what the socially distanced audience experience looks like
Curated By: Amit Verma
Published: Jul 21, 2020

Image by : Scott Olson/Getty Images

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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - JULY 15: Members of Beach Bunny do a sound check before playing a live show at an empty venue at Lincoln Hall on July 15, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois. The 500-person venue recently started hosting live shows again after being shut down by the coronavirus since mid-March. Guests are not allowed inside for the performance but they can purchase tickets to view the show stream online. Revenue from ticket sales is split between the venue and the artists. Bands and concert venues have been scrambling to find creative ways to return to business. Most bands rely on live performances for a majority of their income, through ticket sales and merchandise sales generated at the shows.